Terry Loghmani is an associate professor of physical therapy in the IU School of Health & Human Sciences at IUPUI and director of the school’s Applied Regenerative Medicine Lab. She is a physical therapist, an orthopedic manual therapist, a certified massage therapist and an expert in instrument-assisted soft tissue manipulation.
Her research focuses on exploring the effects of manual therapies on healing, repair and regeneration in musculoskeletal pain and other conditions. Loghmani is an innovator and co-inventor of Quantifiable Soft Tissue Manipulation, or QSTM, a device system that characterizes the forces delivered during soft-tissue evaluation and treatment in real time.
Areas of Expertise
Manual therapy, regenerative rehabilitation, orthopedics, rehabilitation.